You'd be surprised how 'Godzilla Minus One,' featuring one giant monster, can bring out humanity in the most beautiful way possible.Β 

While Godzilla may appear cool to viewers, the film, from a human perspective, demonstrates the terrifying threat it poses to those who must confront it.

Throughout the movie, moments of hope shine through seemingly dire situations, showcasing the power of unity and cooperation in the face of disaster. The character development is well-executed, with the protagonist evolving from a cowardly soldier into a brave hero willing to sacrifice for the greater good.

This Godzilla movie weaves together various complex issues: survivor guilt, political dominance, overcoming trauma, dynamics of an adopted family, and more.

Overall, it's an emotional film that underscores the strength of human resilience and camaraderie.

However, the most impressive aspect of the film is the team behind it. Β 
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Godzilla Minus One felt like an accomplishment on how they could pull it off with so little budget, and this movie relied almost entirely on VFX! 35 people with 8 months and only $15 million for a total budget seems nothing less than a miracle, but that is what happened.Β 

Takashi Yamazaki was the writer, director, and also VFX supervisor on this film. Everything is streamlined by him and his vision. It is a passion project. And he deserves to be recognized as a great director.

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